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Thursday, June 2, 2011

The REASON for the Rise & Fall of Nations...

Posted by Dan Getz, Blogger for  Daily Posts since May 2, 2011 contain content on Economics, Politics, Religion and Every Day Life which are NOW READ in 21 NATIONS...including CAMBODIA...and the UNITED STATES of AMERICA...

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Dan Getz lives in Dallas, Texas, USA
 Leviticus 26
              "Don't make idols for yourselves; don't set up an image or a
              sacred pillar for yourselves, and don't place a carved stone in
              your land that you can bow down to in worship. I am GOD, your God.
              "Keep my Sabbaths; treat my Sanctuary with reverence. I am GOD.
              "If You Live by My Decrees . . . "
              "If you live by my decrees and obediently keep my commandments,
              I will send the rains in their seasons, the ground will yield its
              crops and the trees of the field their fruit. You will thresh
              until the grape harvest and the grape harvest will continue until
              planting time; you'll have more than enough to eat and will live
              safe and secure in your land.
              "I'll make the country a place of peace--you'll be able to go to
              sleep at night without fear; I'll get rid of the wild beasts; I'll
              eliminate war. You'll chase out your enemies and defeat them:
              Five of you will chase a hundred, and a hundred of you will chase
              ten thousand and do away with them. I'll give you my full
              attention: I'll make sure you prosper, make sure you grow in
              numbers, and keep my covenant with you in good working order.
              You'll still be eating from last year's harvest when you have to
              clean out the barns to make room for the new crops.
              "I'll set up my residence in your neighborhood; I won't avoid or
              shun you; I'll stroll through your streets. I'll be your God;
              you'll be my people. I am GOD, your personal God who rescued you
              from Egypt so that you would no longer be slaves to the Egyptians.
              I ripped off the harness of your slavery so that you can move
              about freely.
              "But If You Refuse to Obey Me . . . "
              "But if you refuse to obey me and won't observe my commandments,
              despising my decrees and holding my laws in contempt by your
              disobedience, making a shambles of my covenant, I'll step in and
              pour on the trouble: debilitating disease, high fevers, blindness,
              your life leaking out bit by bit. You'll plant seed but your
              enemies will eat the crops. I'll turn my back on you and stand
              by while your enemies defeat you. People who hate you will govern
              you. You'll run scared even when there's no one chasing you.
              "And if none of this works in getting your attention, I'll
              discipline you seven times over for your sins. I'll break your
              strong pride: I'll make the skies above you like a sheet of tin
              and the ground under you like cast iron. No matter how hard you
              work, nothing will come of it: No crops out of the ground, no
              fruit off the trees.
              "If you defy me and refuse to listen, your punishment will be
              seven times more than your sins: I'll set wild animals on you;
              they'll rob you of your children, kill your cattle, and decimate
              your numbers until you'll think you are living in a ghost town.
              "And if even this doesn't work and you refuse my discipline and
              continue your defiance, then it will be my turn to defy you. I,
              yes I, will punish you for your sins seven times over: I'll let
              war loose on you, avenging your breaking of the covenant; when you
              huddle in your cities for protection, I'll send a deadly epidemic
              on you and you'll be helpless before your enemies; when I cut
              off your bread supply, ten women will bake bread in one oven and
              ration it out. You'll eat, but barely--no one will get enough.
              "And if this--even this!--doesn't work and you still won't
              listen, still defy me, I'll have had enough and in hot anger
              will defy you, punishing you for your sins seven times over:
              famine will be so severe that you'll end up cooking and eating
              your sons in stews and your daughters in barbecues; I'll smash
              your sex-and-religion shrines and all the paraphernalia that goes
              with them, and then stack your corpses and the idol-corpses in the
              same piles--I'll abhor you; I'll turn your cities into rubble;
              I'll clean out your sanctuaries; I'll hold my nose at the
              "pleasing aroma" of your sacrifices. I'll turn your land into a
              lifeless moonscape--your enemies who come in to take over will be
              shocked at what they see. I'll scatter you all over the world
              and keep after you with the point of my sword in your backs.
              There'll be nothing left in your land, nothing going on in your
              cities. With you gone and dispersed in the countries of your
              enemies, the land, empty of you, will finally get a break and
              enjoy its Sabbath years. All the time it's left there empty, the
              land will get rest, the Sabbaths it never got when you lived
              "As for those among you still alive, I'll give them over to
              fearful timidity--even the rustle of a leaf will throw them into a
              panic. They'll run here and there, back and forth, as if running
              for their lives even though no one is after them, tripping and
              falling over one another in total confusion. You won't stand a
              chance against an enemy. You'll perish among the nations; the
              land of your enemies will eat you up. Any who are left will
              slowly rot away in the enemy lands. Rot. And all because of their
              sins, their sins compounded by their ancestors' sins.
              "On the Other Hand, If They Confess . . . "
              "On the other hand, if they confess their sins and the sins of
              their ancestors, their treacherous betrayal, the defiance that
              set off my defiance that sent them off into enemy lands; if by
              some chance they soften their hard hearts and make amends for
              their sin, I'll remember my covenant with Jacob, I'll remember
              my covenant with Isaac, and, yes, I'll remember my covenant with
              Abraham. And I'll remember the land.
              "The land will be empty of them and enjoy its Sabbaths while
              they're gone. They'll pay for their sins because they refused my
              laws and treated my decrees with contempt. But in spite of their
              behavior, while they are among their enemies I won't reject or
              abhor or destroy them completely. I won't break my covenant with
              them: I am GOD, their God. For their sake I will remember the
              covenant with their ancestors whom I, with all the nations
              watching, brought out of Egypt in order to be their God. I am
              These are the decrees, laws, and instructions that GOD
              established between himself and the People of Israel through Moses
              at Mount Sinai.

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